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A survey carried out by the Public Service Commission has pointed out to major improvements in public service following the 1999 reforms in Public institutions.
Findings from this survey show that every public servant knows where he should submit his/her reports, a fact that has contributed to job efficiency.
The Public Service Commission has unveiled findings from research it conducted to ascertain the impact that continuous reforms introduced since 1999 have had on day to day public employees’ performance.
According to the Commission’s executive secretary Ms Angelina Muganza the reforms greatly streamlined Public service.
Speaking to the press, Olivier Mushimire, an advisor at Rwanda Public service commission said the survey will show whether major overhauls operated in Public institutions triggered expected results and this according to the official will help in setting up strategies that could help in bring about efficiency and better management in Public institutions.
The survey’s findings are expected to be presented to parliament so that resolutions that can stimulate effectiveness in Public institutions can be adopted.
In an earlier survey appraising the hiring of employees in Public institutions, the Public service commission showed that 63 per cent of Rwandans were satisfied with the process.
Since its establishment, the East African communications organization has had no permanent secretariat and this, according to officials, has hampered coordination and successful attainment of the organization’s goals.
The organization brings together regulators, telecommunication, broadcasting and postal operators in the region.
Representatives of the organization in east African countries praised the establishment of the organization permanent secretariat and said it will help in coordination and accomplishment of the organization’s goals.
Rwanda’s Minister in charge of East African affairs Monique Mukaruriza reiterated Rwanda’s commitment EACO and said that communications is among the pillars that help East African countries to work together and develop economically.
The permanent secretary of EACO is elected is elected on a rotational basis from the East African community member states but the organization’s secretariat will remain in Rwanda.